We're Back Sign High Res Stock Images | Shutterstock Dear Grade 3 students and families,

We would firstly like to welcome you all to the new academic year, we are really looking forward to meeting all the Grade 3 students and families. 

This update will outline necessary information regarding remote learning in Grade 3 and give you an insight into what a typical school day would look like for our students.

As you are aware we will be using the full schedule inline with the timetable of a typical day in school. Class timetables for G3A, B & C can all be found below for your reference. I would suggest printing a copy and having this visible in your child’s learning environment. 

Remote Learning Grade 3 Timetable Student_Parent

A daily timetable will also be shared with all students, via Google Classroom at 7:50 each morning. This outlines the day’s tasks and also the times at which they will take place, again we are aiming to keep the remote learning as close to a nominal school day timetable as possible. Therefore, when the students normally have PE, they will attend a remote learning PE class. Alongside the daily timetable, students will also see a video, from their homeroom teacher explaining what will be happening on that day. Please encourage your child to watch the video each morning and if they have any questions to bring those to the homeroom session from 7:50-8:10 each morning. 

You can find an tomorrow’s template below for your reference: 

10.8.21

It is important that students are reminded that ALL specialist classes will commence with a Google Meet Video Call in the Specialist classroom, regardless of whether the class will be taught fully on video or partly synchronous and partly asynchronous. We will be reminding the students of this as we go. Therefore when it is time for a specialist class, students will enter the Google Classroom of that subject and click on the link at the top to join the Google Meet Video Call. 

As always, the weekly planning will be posted on a Friday and this week’s planning can be found here:

G3 planning week one w_c 10.8.21.docx

 In addition, we will be sharing a ‘What you will need for next week’ which includes information about any resources that will be required for the following week’s lessons.

You can find the document for next week here: 

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We understand that this is a lot of information, however we are confident that the students will soon know exactly what they need to do. If they are stuck at any time, they can post onto our G3 Padlet helpdesk: 

https://padlet.com/jenniferja/16rshhrtu3xcsgj9

Comment on Google Classroom Posts or email your homeroom teacher: 

Ms. Jen – jennifer.ja@kis.ac.th

Mr. Marc – marc.fi@kis.ac.th

Ms. Ronyii – ronyii.gi@kis.ac.th

Don’t worry about anything, we are here to help you and will go through everything together. 

Reminders to help you be successful in remote learning. 

  1. Try and wake up at the same time everyday.
  2. School is from 7:50 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
  3. Have a healthy breakfast.
  4. Get ready for school – wear a school shirt. 
  5. Have your materials ready, and your learning space clean and organized.
  6. Log into google classroom and Check the schedule for the day, post questions in the comments. 
  7. Watch the morning video. Post questions or comments. 
  8. Join the G3 morning help desk (padlet) if you have questions about the learning activities for the day. (There will also be a daily homeroom Google Meet where you can ask any questions you may have for the day ahead).

For parents, we will be hosting a weekly parent meeting on Wednesday @ 8:10am-8:50am, starting on the 18th August, please feel free to join us at this time to ask any questions that you may have or share your experiences. A recurring zoom link will be emailed out to you before this meeting and will remain the same for the duration of remote learning. 

A huge thank you again for all of your support and we look forward to working with you through this time.

G3 Team

 

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